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Eric Dillon


Chief Executive Officer

Annette Revet


Chief Transformation Officer

Darren Stoppler


Chief Risk and Compliance Officer

Jeremy Trask


Chief Digital Officer

Mary Weimer

Mary Weimer
Chief Member Experience Officer

Neil Cooper


Chief Financial Officer

Tara McKeown


Chief Employee Experience Officer

Brad Fennig

Brad Fennig
Executive Vice President, Operations

Jacques DeCorby

Jacques DeCorby
Executive Vice President, Retail Banking

Maggie Sinclair

Maggie Sinclair
Executive Vice President, Business Banking


Eric Dillon- Chief Executive Officer

Eric DillonWhat does a typical day look like for you?
A typical day for me includes meeting with our members to talk about their financial plans as well as working with our expert teams to determine how best to help our members improve their financial well being.

What's gotten you to where you are?
I am a lifelong credit union’er. I believe strongly in the work we do to take the success from running a financial cooperative and then finding creative ways to return that success to our community and our members. I have worked in branches, commercial banking, wealth management and marketing and have worked in both large and small credit unions.

What keeps you up at night?
The boogeyman of course!  There is a tremendous amount of change underway in financial services as well as with our members and what they want from their credit union. Ensuring that we continue to lead the industry in serving them while at the same time keeping pace with the changes in financial services always keeps it interesting!


Annette Revet - Chief Transformation OfficerAnnette Revet

What does a typical day look like for you?
My first thought is meetings, meetings, meetings…. but when I think about it more seriously – a typical day for me is that I am a connector – working with others and bringing various people across the organization together to support Conexus in delivering on its purpose.

What's gotten you to where you are?
I have a somewhat eclectic background and have transformed a few times over my career, which is what I think has prepared me best for becoming the Chief Transformation Officer. In my over 20 years of experience, I’ve progressively attained roles in management and executive leadership in different industries. The common denominator is that I love working through complex business problems with others using leadership, executive facilitation and organizational improvement capabilities to deliver member-centric strategic results.   

What keeps you up at night?
I like to think more about what gets me up in the morning – and that is mostly that there is so much opportunity to make a lasting difference for others in the work that we do.  My goal is always to leave anything that I do a little better than I found it for the next person.

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Darren Stoppler - Chief Risk and Compliance OfficerDarren Stoppler

What does a typical day look like for you?
My day could consist of approving a large loan request from CMC, working with the Loss Prevention team on a collection file, dealing with a privacy issue through our compliance/privacy team, discussing branch renos with Properties and Facilities or having IT Operations teach me all about IT “stuff”. Whatever I’m doing, it’s always with a focus on our members and how we can keep them protected.

What's gotten you to where you are?
38 years in the financial industry with exposure to all aspects of the industry and not being afraid to try a different role in the industry. I’ve always been focused on collaboration and the importance of gaining knowledge wherever I can.

What keeps you up at night?
Trying to figure out how we can help our members through the existing “lull” in the Saskatchewan economy and making sure that everything we do is what’s best for our members.

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Jeremy Trask - Chief Digital OfficerJeremy Trask

What does a typical day like for you?
Every day is different, but they usually start with waking up early, eating breakfast, checking email while watching TSN, and reading articles on my phone.

During the workday I collaborate a lot with others while ensuring I have strategic thinking and learning time in my day. Everyday has new people, new challenges and new learnings.

After work, I make sure I’m home in time to eat with my family. Daily family dog walks keep me connected with my family and ensure our dogs stay calm.

What's gotten you to where you are?
I haven’t had any defined or clear path to my current role. I have worked in government, tech start-ups, cooperatives and recently the university.  I have been told that I am hard working, consistent, transparent, and fun to work with. I also love to learn and embrace change. I feel these skills have helped me throughout my career.

What keeps you up at night?
I sleep very well… Part of my job is to try to monitor and understand the environment specifically around technology and future trends; then assess the impacts on Conexus. I love doing this, but it can be a little scary thinking about all the threats in our ever-changing world. Good thing I’m a heavy sleeper.

Mary Weimer - Chief Member Experience OfficerMary Weimer

What does a typical day look like for you?
It starts at home with my family. Our kids have always been early risers which means we have quality time at home together before everyone heads off for work and school. Most of my day is spent either learning or in meetings. These two activities combine what I’m most passionate about: coaching & mentoring and exploring new things. A workout over lunch is a priority for me and helps to fuel long, full days.

What's gotten you to where you are?
I’ve always been a person who likes to experience new things. I’m naturally curious and make an effort to put myself in new situations. I started my career by owning and running a local commercial art gallery knowing nothing about art or business! Through a lot of hard work and perseverance, that business was and continues to be successful. At Conexus, I’m able to merge my love of working on a team driven by purpose and my passion for creating memorable and meaningful member experiences.

What keeps you up at night?
What keeps me up at night is thinking about the question: what do our members really want? There is no one answer to this question and the results are what will shape how we design the member experience of the future.

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Neil Cooper - Chief Financial OfficerNeil Cooper

What does a typical day like for you?
First, I provide functional leadership of the financial aspects of the credit union with the goal of ensuring its long-term financial sustainability. Second, I learn. We’re in an ever-changing world, so paying attention to competitors, regulations, market, and economic conditions is a part of every day. Third, I work with my peers to build and execute strategy that improves the value of the credit union for our members.   

What's gotten you to where you are?
Mentors, those around me and a good base of education. I’ve been inspired by others and have been very fortunate to learn from those I’ve worked with and for. I’ve been in the credit union environment since 1999 and my time has largely been spent in finance roles or working on initiatives through a finance lens touching all aspects of financial management: economics, treasury, tax, accounting and reporting, budgeting and control.  

What keeps you up at night?
The sharp rise in consumer debt and slowing pace of savings and the impact that could have on our member’s financial well-being. Also the US. As Canada’s largest trading partner, and its dominance in financial markets, their trade, foreign policy, and economic conditions significantly impact Canada, Saskatchewan, and in turn Conexus and its members.  Right now it’s very unpredictable, and the markets don’t like uncertainty.    

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Tara McKeown - Chief Employee Experience OfficerTara McKeown

What does a typical day look like for you?
When you work for Conexus, there is no such thing as a ‘typical day’ – it’s not in our vocabulary!
Whether its back to back meetings, networking with the community or strategy development – you can be sure the day will be filled with collaboration, curiosity and innovation that leads to lots of learning.

What's gotten you to where you are?
A willingness to take risks and an inherent belief in myself and those around me has provided a foundation for my career. The last 20 + years have been spent working for various credit unions in western Canada all with their own distinct culture and business strategy. With a focus on leadership, I have spent the majority of my career in sales and operations and recently in member experience and now have a concentrated focus on the employee experience.

What keeps you up at night?
Not much; I sleep well! If there are days when I haven’t given my best, it might make for a later bedtime though. In all seriousness, I spend a lot of time thinking about the talent we have at Conexus and how best to cultivate and grow that potential not just for today, but for the needs of a tomorrow that is not yet defined.  

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Brad Fennig - Executive Vice President, OperationsBrad Fennig

What does a typical day look like for you?
I have the good fortune of leading an amazing team within our operations department.  The teams perform vital roles in ensuring our members experience smooth day to day account operations as well as improving policies and processes that eliminate friction for our members and staff

What's gotten you to where you are?
I reflect back on what my parents instilled in me as I grew up.  First, treat everyone as you’d like to be treated.  Second, ensure that your efforts are focused on helping others for the greatest possible good.  And finally, embrace challenging opportunities and always learn from your mistakes.

What keeps you up at night?
First I’d have to say my kids for sure, and I hear that isn’t going to get much better for the next 10-15 years at least!  However, at the office, I would say keeping up with the pace of advancement in the knowledge economy and effectively leading teams through the resulting changes.


Jacques DeCorby - Executive Vice President Retail BankingJacques DeCorby

What does a typical day look like for you?
As Executive Vice-president of retail banking I work on a daily basis with our senior retail leadership team and our internal and external partners to establish, inspect and reinforce the proactive behaviours required of our advisor experts that will in-turn influence the behaviours of our personal members to make good choices with their money and to be confident and satisfied with their financial situation.
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What's gotten you to where you are?
I have always had a passion to find even better ways to get things done to make it easier and more effective; have always been flexible and willing to adapt and take on new challenges; and have always enjoyed working with, getting to know and serving others

What keeps you up at night?
The possibility of not being able to meet commitments – to family, to teammates, to members and to our communities.

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Maggie Sinclair - Executive Vice President Business BankingMaggie Sinclair

What does a typical day look like for you?
I lead the Commercial Business Solutions Group, comprised of Small Business, Agricultural Business, Commercial Banking including Commercial Real Estate, and our Specialized Solutions teams – offering our payments and cash management solutions to our members.

What's gotten you to where you are?
I’ve always had the desire and aspiration to do more, be more, try different and explore. With the willingness to learn and the desire to continuously grow, opportunities came my way.
When I fell down I got back up, I have always had to work at everything I wanted to accomplish and it really instilled this burning determination in me.  From a young age I’ve always been dedicated to whatever I did – advice from my parents at a very young age – Finish what you start and give everything to whatever you commit to.

What keeps you up at night?
There are 2 things that I continuously ask myself about  – 1. How to ensure we consistently honour our commitment to providing better advice to our members and 2. How do we ensure we continue to evolve our business to remain relevant.  The business is changing so quickly – I want to be sure we can change with it so we will be here another 80+ years to support our members.

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